Graduates generally assume positions in the planning, administration, and evaluation of public health programs and policies, both in the U.S. and abroad. A full list of employers and continuing education programs can be found here.
All students registered in the Master of Public Health (MPH) Program in Community Health Sciences are required to complete a 400 hour field experience in an appropriate setting. Settings may include hospitals, managed care organizations, government agencies or departments, community organizations, advocacy programs or other related health setting.
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Field Studies Placement
Where have CHS students been placed? Find out here.
The Individualized International Health Professional Training Program (IIHP) is a six- or nine-month (two- or three-quarter) program, designed to enhance the impact of public health and medical professionals in the global field of Public Health. IIHP is for students currently enrolled in non-US professional medical or health science graduate programs, public health and medical professionals with an undergraduate degree currently employed in public health settings outside the US, and individuals residing outside the US with a strong background and interest in public health.
The Spring/Summer 2014 Newsletter is now available! In this issue:
Alumni Profile: Sara-Christine Dallain, MPH, serves and empowers the Darfuri refugee population in eastern Chad for iACT
Making a Difference: Beatriz Solis, PhD, MPH appointed interim director of the Office of Strategic Partnerships by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
Honors & Awards: CHS students were recognized at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health 2014 Honors and Awards Reception
Read the full publication: http://issuu.com/uclachs/docs/s14
UCLA Blum Summer Scholars from Erik Peña and Jennifer Zelaya, and Blum Summer Scholar from EHS Ana Mascareñas, worked alongside Friends New England International, community members and organizations, and the Nicaraguan Red Cross to organize the first health and arts fair in Chacraseca.
Woolley was recently selected by the Southern California Kaiser Permanente, Community Benefit for the American Evaluation Association’s Graduate Education Diversity Internship (GEDI) Program. The GEDI program works to engage and support students from groups traditionally under-represented in the field of evaluation